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Music Kettle by Yuri Suzuki: Making music with steam

Musical Kettle: heat, water and steam, making music. From sound artist, designer and electronic musician Yuri Suzuki

I wanted to contribute to the design of daily domestic noises. alarms, mobile phones, a doorbell; he is of the opinion that not enough thought has been given to the noises they produce. The musical kettle is a part of series ‘re-design soundscape’. As the kettle boils it whistles your favorite tune.

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